|Posted on May 30, 2018 at 1:10 PM|
The street sealing project went off almost without any hitches or complications on May 21st, 22nd, and 24th. A light rain fell after the first coat was applied to the RED section (see original notification map), and the contractor skipped doing the second coat that day. One bit of overspray (a significant mistake) damaged one member’s front yard area on Ocean Front, and the contractor will pay to have the damaged area restored to like-new. Other than those 2 hiccups, the Board is extremely happy with the project’s result; the surface is perfectly sealed, and the HA5™ sealant quickly dried hard and non-tacky (minimizing tracking onto driveways). Below are several pictures of the job underway.
The contractor will return to apply the skipped 2nd coat to the RED section on Friday, June 8th. The RED section will be closed to all traffic beginning at 7AM that day, and won’t re-open until 7AM the following morning (Saturday). During this 24-hour closure, all residents and visitors must use the back gates (Sea Reef at Soft Winds), which will be held standing open. As with the previous closure, residents in the RED section must turn off their sprinkler systems on Thursday, and can turn them back on when the street is opened on Saturday. And, residents not wishing to be marooned in their homes on Friday will need to move their cars outside of the RED section.